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Join or renew your Association for Public Art (aPA) membership! Founded in 1872, the aPA promotes the important role that public art plays in the creation and enhancement of public spaces. With a true commitment to invention, boldness, and cooperation,...
Participate in our #THINKpublicart photo contest and photomosaic! Presented by the aPA in collaboration with the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Rodin Museum.
The Roxy Paine sculpture is now on view in Philadelphia's Iroquois Park.
Experience another world at The Oval with Magic Carpet by artist Candy Coated, commissioned by the Association for Public Art.
The Association for Public Art’s Assistant Director, Laura Griffith, was interviewed by Susan Perloff for Newsworks about the generations of Alexander Calder art in Philadelphia and the influence of the Calder legacy: “‘I can’t think of any other city that...
The Association for Public Art announces the installation of internationally acclaimed artist Roxy Paine’s Symbiosis on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Throughout the month of May, be on the lookout for the Association for Public Art’s conservation team conducting annual maintenance on 31 Philadelphia public artworks.Our conservators perform condition inspections of the artworks, remove any surface grime and graffiti, wash the...
The Association for Public Art announces that it has received approval from the Philadelphia Art Commission to install internationally acclaimed artist Roxy Paine’s Symbiosis on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.